I didn’t feel like I was reading a book. It seemed more like I was having a conversation. Of course as I sat on the train, my responses were always in my head. Just what I desperately needed, a sit down talk. I could have easily … Continue reading Book Review “My So-Called Freelance Life – How to survive and thrive as a creative professional for hire.” by Michelle Goodman
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There it is! Last week, I registered my business name with New York State as Word Grip Action Copywriting Service, LLC. I also received my EIN number so that I can pay taxes on the money I earn in my business.
Today, I am going to visit a Wix office to see about hosting and creating a domain name for my website as well as creating the website. I am choosing to visit an office as opposed to doing everything behind a computer. Human to human contact, the trend back to normal.
Next will be my logo, business cards and my business bank account.
April has been a busy month. I am winding down from a temporary assignment unrelated to copywriting, decluttering to create space for my business and in this last week reeling from the worst allergies of my life.
Reminder, this blog is about my month to month practical transformation at becoming a Copywriter and creating a small business. I want to share my journey with others. No matter how fast and easy things may be advertised in our day, growth takes time and incremental steps are best to anything that will last.
Next month I will write a book review on a book about the life of a freelancer.
In the meantime, I am going to repost an article on how we are inundated with content. My sentiments exactly. Realistically we can’t keep up with everything. In the old days, when all there was was newspapers & magazines, who read every article? We need to be selective on the content we read. I do appreciate the time others have taken to read my humble blog.
Be well until next month.
Picture is copyright 1996 M. Jason Reed published and distributed by Portal Publications Ltd. Corte Madera, California. Picture taken on my cellphone & uploaded onto this blog. Regardless, of how cold and short it is, I love the month of Februrary. Around that time of … Continue reading A Scattered People Remembered
Here’s the dirt. No what I mean is let’s get into some dirt. Really. Why am I becoming a copywriter? Why should people do business with me? No, the last question let’s strike that one out for now. At times you can never really know … Continue reading My Why – Dirt
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I wanted to feature the blue flower in all its glory. It’s also a hint to my next post for the month of February. I was supposed to write about the topic this month but I thought the article by Jeremy Benson (reposted from Melinda … Continue reading The Unappreciated Blue Flower & Some Dirt